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Biological and Bio-inspired Motion Systems Operating in Complex Environments

University of California at Berkeley

Abstract

This Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) program will train biology and engineering students to learn from natural design – a process termed biological inspiration. In particular, trainees will discover principles that underlie how organisms move in complex environments, and learn to use those principles as inspiration to design… more »

Contributions[?]

Project members' contributions to the library and showcase are listed here.
Title Category Type Posted At
Ontogeny of aerial righting and wing flapping in juvenile birds Library Article, Student research, Faculty research 10/27/14
Flapping baby birds offer clues to origin of flight Showcase IGERT Story 10/27/14
Disappearing by Rapid Inversion Showcase Highlight 12/02/13
IGERT Trainees and UC Berkeley Faculty Inspire and Get Inspired at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students Showcase Highlight 12/02/13
Trainee designs world's fastest turning legged robot Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Trainees, faculty attend The Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Rubric updated for research-based, teaching laboratory course Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Trainees present on robotics at Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology Meeting Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Co-PI teaches Communicating Science to the Public course Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Trainee develops method for refractive-index-matched flow visualization Showcase Achievement 11/19/13